A Short History of the Playwrights Association of New Zealand.
The Playwrights Association of New Zealand has played a significant role in the growth of local drama, helping writers, organising competitions and seminars, encouraging theatre groups to present local plays, and generally promoting the cause of New Zealand drama. This account of PANZ’s work and achievements since its foundation in the 1950s uncovers the talented personalities that have led this country to hold a proud tradition of writing for the stage, screen, and radio. It forms an important contribution to the history of theatre in New Zealand.
Published in 2001.
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